Police searching for Chiefs' Rashee Rice after alleged hit-and-run accident, per report

Dallas police are searching for Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice as part of an open investigation of a potential hit-and-run accident Saturday, the Dallas Morning News reported.

Dallas Police Department spokeswoman Kristin Lowman shared a summary of the accident with USA TODAY Sports. According to the summary, the multi-car crash took place at around 6:25 p.m. local time on North Central Expressway in north Dallas. Police determined that two drivers, one in a Corvette and the other in a Lamborghini, "were speeding in the far-left lane" before the drivers lost control, causing the Lamborghini to veer onto the shoulder and hit the center median wall. That caused a "chain reaction collision" that involved four other cars.

"The occupants of the Lamborghini and the Corvette all ran from the scene without stopping to determine if anyone needed medical help or providing their information," according to the police summary.

Police added that two drivers were treated on the scene for minor injuries, while two passengers from a different car were taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

Police also said the "investigation and identification of the suspects are both ongoing."

Monday an attorney representing Rice shared a statement with ESPN's Adam Schefter.

"Rashee is cooperating with local authorities and will take all necessary steps to address this situation responsibly," Rice's attorney, Royce West, said in a statement.

Sunday a man who was driving the Expressway on Saturday afternoon sent his dash-cam video to the Dallas Morning News. In the clip, the Corvette and Lamborghini appear to speed past on the left side before the Lamborghini appears to swipe a white Hyundai Accent. The Corvette collides with a van, which spins around. Three people appear to exit the Lamborghini and walk away.

According to the Morning News, which obtained a police call sheet, Rice, 23, is listed as the suspected driver of the Corvette.

As of noon ET Sunday, Rice was not registered in the Dallas County jail system.

Rice was born in Philadelphia, but is from North Richland Hills, a suburb west of Dallas. Rice played football at Richland High School and then played collegiately at Southern Methodist University, which is located about a mile from the site of the car crash.

Rice was a rookie in 2023 for Kansas City and caught 79 passes for 938 yards and seven touchdowns, and became an important offensive piece as the Chiefs went on their run to a Super Bowl victory. Rice's regular season totals for receptions and yards ranked second on the team, behind only tight end Travis Kelce, and his receiving touchdown total led the team.

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